The city that happened to exhibit all of the above happens to be in Georgia, just two hours east of Atlanta. Augusta was named the No. 1 most neighborly place in the U.S.
The bane of some commissioners’ tenure – calls about overgrown lots – could be eliminated for months with an herbicide application.
Mayor Hardie Davis, along with Commissioner William Fennoy, Hudson Memorial CME Church and the Augusta Local Complete Count Committee, will be hosting a back-to-school drive Saturday.
Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis said robocalls went out Wednesday, enumerators are en route to homes and a media campaign is kicking into high gear to urge all households to respond to the 2020 census by the Sept. 30 deadline.
Mayor Hardie Davis said COVID-19 cases have declined locally but urged Augustans not to let their guard down.
In court filings this week, Augusta seeks an order from the Georgia Court of Appeals to put the brakes on a judge’s order to explain next week what it’s done to comply with his demand to renovate two abandoned buildings.
Thirteen years after a federal judge halted Augusta’s minority- and women-owned business preference program, the city is undertaking a new disparity study to support its return.
Augusta code enforcement is adopting safety measures including body armor after an officer was fatally shot after posting a sign at a house Aug. 20.
The Augusta Commission agreed Tuesday to give Paine College $1.4 million in CARES Act funding to cover educational expenses and facility upgrades.
Augusta officials are expected to hear a request Tuesday to rename a building for former Utilities director Tom Wiedmeier.